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Lysol In Toddler S Eyes
I was using a Lysol disinfectant spray. After I was done I rubbed my eyes, but forgot I was using the spray earlier. Should I be worried about this?
Not to worry: If there was enough on your hands to cause any damage to your eyes, you would have had an immediate sense of discomfort and pain. The fact that you are asking the question, indicates that your eyes did not react and you did no harm. ...Read more
Flush eyes!: Lysol can be very irritating to the eyes at the least, and can be quite harmful. Flush the eyes with copious amounts of water immediately and for several minutes. If you do not feel better within a couple of minutes, go to an emergency room to have the eyes checked. Burns to the eye from chemicals can be dangerous. ...Read more
Hi! my 5 year old brother got lysol spray in his eye. i dont know what to do but he says it feels better. is there any special thing i should do?
Monitor the situatn: Any such agent can cause a chemical burning to the sensitive eye tissues including the central cornea. If he is not in pain, he may have blinked quickly enough to protect the cornea & minimized damage. I would expect some irritation that could benefit from OTC eye drops for comfort.If he complains of any burning pain or change of vision I would have him seen. ...Read more
I sprayed Lysol disinfectant to a plastic wreath about a month ago.Today a thin leaf from it got into my eye.Can the Lysol chemical on it harm my eye?
No: By this time the Lysol has dried and can not harm you the biggest risk is a scratch from the leaf ...Read more
I have staph/suspected MRSA on neck..Its covered, treated w meds topical n oral...C as n child sleep in same bed if I lysol sheets before?
Why take risks???: Mrsa aside, why are you sleeping with a child.Cosleeping with infants is associated with suffication deaths (see aap position statement pediatrics 11/11). By mid childhood this fosters dependence at a time when kids should begin to create their own individuality & accomplishments. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
A child I babysit came down with hand, foot, mouth virus, will Lysol wipes kill this virus? What is the best prevention?
Is eye red?: How long its going on? Discharge? Probably nothing, but if redness and complaints persist, see ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Is it Normal for toddler to have cream to yellow in corner of eyes. Can only be seen when he looks to the side. ?
What do you think is causing my 21 month toddler to be continuing to sneeze all day, this being the 2nd day. Eyes little puffy.Cno other symptoms.
Depends exact place: Red spots around the eyes, could be due to a range of issues. If it is on the skin and not on the white part of eye, the conjunctiva, then think of dermatological issues. If it blanches or not when glass slide (or plastic cup) pushed down shows if it is petechiae (can be from straining, vomiting, viruses, fever, bugs, allergic dermatitis, chicken pox, etc) or vasculitis (more worrisome). See eyemd. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: This ia a problem that is best solved by a visit to his/her doctor. Only through a thorough evaluation can a root cause be discovered and an appropriate therapeutic plan implemented. ...Read more
My toddler has a cold and now has yellow crusty discharge from his eyes. His eyes are not pink...But what else could it be?
Got hit on the head by toddler. With. Wooden toy. Having headache painful eyes but headache is getting better slowly. Happened 6 hours ago. ?
What would be a reason for a toddler rolling eyes upwards or to the side when playing? He's mostly smiling when he's doing so i think it's play.
Probably behavioral: If it is unassociated with loss of consciousness, it is most likely behavioral. If it is happening more than 6 times a day, see your pediatrician. ...Read more
3 yr old toddler complaining both her eyes hurt all the time for about 2 weeks now. At first i thought it was just a thirst headache. Seeing dr 2morro?
Right steps: Seeing a doctor is a good first step - and a pediatric ophthalmologist might also be in this sequence. Analysis would include things such as does the child see well, are the eyes red, is there discharge or signs of infection, is there associated systemic illness of some sort? And is the condition getting better or worse? Good luck with your child's examination. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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